Let’s Fall in Love
Y’all remember the definition of relationship right? It’s the concept or idea of people being connected; so explain to me when did the value of having a connection with someone die? Its really sad if you ask me. Men and women are both subject to fault for defacing the values of building connections and relationships. Most of my generation grew up in single parent households, not that it’s a bad thing, but the ability to see love grow on a daily basis wasn’t there. When the word “Love” is thrown around loosely, the idea of it isn’t cherished.
I honestly don’t think my generation sees the potential and influence we have on everyone.The kids under us are watching our every move and some act as if they aren’t aware. Right now we’re prime time TV and all eyes are on us. We laugh at the jokes made about relationships, crave company and still won’t go out and find it ourselves. I, personally, have a heart heavy view on love. I grew up watching my grandparents raise six kids, praying their way through every situation and never lost faith. My grandmother still wears her wedding ring to this day and my grandfather been gone since 2001. That’s the type of love I’m after.
People will work harder to destroy someone else’s happiness instead of building their own. WHY?! Why are people happy with settling with just anybody or being sidelines? I don’t know about yall, but I know I’m Popeyes red beans, you won’t reject me like cold fries! Find your own love. Find someone who makes you feel like a blanket fresh out the dryer on the inside. Find a love that makes you feel like your favorite song on a summer day. It’s out there for you, you just have to fight. How do you think our parents and grandparents stayed together? If they left after the first fight most of us wouldn’t be here.
What’s the moral of the story? Fight. Do what you have to do so you can keep the one you love.The point of building relationships is to form a bond that cannot be broken and eventually marrying the one we love. Stop looking into the past counting your losses.That person who left you wasn’t meant, and the sooner you accept it, the closer you’ll be too pressing forward. Let the heartless die out and love overpower the strong.